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Why This Mom Decided to Take an AncestryHealth® Test

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Becoming a mom is arguably one of the biggest joys in life. But it’s not without its stressors—especially when it comes to keeping your child healthy.

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This is something that’s always top of mind for Raffinee “Raff’” Esquivel. As a pediatric nurse and mom of three toddlers, she’s always been curious to learn if she is at risk or a carrier for hereditary health conditions that run in her family. So she took the AncestryHealth®test*. The at-home genetic test helps people understand insights related to their health and provides actionable tips for increased wellness.

Watch the video above to learn more about the test, what it’s like to take it and find out what Raffinee discovered.


*Powered by next-generation sequencing technology, AncestryHealth® is now better at identifying if you are at lower or higher genetic risk for some of the most commonly inherited conditions–such as breast cancer, colon cancer, and heart disease.

The tests offered by AncestryHealth® are physician-ordered and are not diagnostic. The tests are not reviewed or approved by the FDA and are not available in NY, NJ, RI or Guam.

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